Here’re some witnessing tools you may be interested in: http://dvdtract.com
Nothing for sale there.
A DVD is almost always perceived as having value even when the contents are unknown.
People are more open to a DVD, then a tract, and the interaction affords opportunity for testimony.
The DVD could speak for itself, but I almost always tell people what it is, so as not to “ambush” them.
Particularly, since I like to pair it with a very inexpensive 5x8 glossy NT. (either NIV or en Español)
...But I hesitate to give the link lest it be considered spam.
You could probably google “giveaway bibles”, though.
(hint: it rhymes with biblica)
I simply tell them that I’m not affiliated with any organization (I’m not) to alleviate any fears.
Then I ask them if they’d like a New Testament with a DVD.
That way people know what I am giving them and those who accept it aren’t likely to toss them away.
I just put some in my backpack and hop on my bike.
At first, it’s a bit scary. But soon it becomes a joyful adventure.
I’ve only been sharing for a few weeks, but it's the most exciting part of my day.
‘Something I really can’t wait to do – at least setting up the situation where people can come to know Jesus.
I’m no evangelist or anything, but I don’t think we have to be “called” to do this little bit.NOTE:
I’m in the Southwest and the ‘home depot crew” is particularly receptive.
While I don’t really speak Spanish, gmail can be set up to translate incoming email into English.
Google translate seems to do an adequate job of translating English to Spanish.